my board has three slots for graphics, i have only one, so i will like buy a other radeon RX 560x for use two in my pc, is a good idea? i use for edit video
It's a good idea if the program for render videos have Multi-GPU support, e.g. DaVinci Resolve, if not then isn't a good idea.
Thanks bro.. I use Adobe premiere pro and after effects.. can I use with both?
I don't know, maybe in Adobe Forums or opening an Adobe Technical Support request you'll get the accurate answer.
According to Adobe GPU Requirements it recommends using a AMD Professional GPU Card: Adobe Premiere Pro System Requirements
Found this website that answers your question about having Mulit-GPU to run Adobe Premier. It says it increases minimally: https://www.pugetsystems.com/recommended/Recommended-Systems-for-Adobe-Premiere-Pro-CC-143/Hardware-Recommendations
A basic RX 580 with 8GB can do just fine for rendering at up to 4K, get a Radeon VII which has 16GB of you need to render 8K video
no need for an overpriced workstation card anymore
True, but I was just posting that Adobe Premier recommends AMD Professional cards for best results.
But using an High-end AMD GPU card is acceptable as long as the OP is satisfied with the quality of Rendering.
elstaci wrote: True, but I was just posting that Adobe Premier recommends AMD Professional cards for best results. But using an High-end AMD GPU card is acceptable as long as the OP is satisfied with the quality of Rendering.
may have disliked GPU rendering even though the ALU handles math the same as a CPU, makes me wonder what the justification really is unless there are issues with the implementation
safer to get a better card as multi card support is rare
RX 590 is not so expensive now and it has lots of GCN cores to handle whatever
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